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June 2011


27 June 2011

UK: Professional Crytographer reveals interconnectivity of core systems amplifies security flaws

Professional crytographer Karsten Nohl reveals how interconnectivity of core systems amplifies security flaws. Read on for this exclusive interview As vehicle technology starts to incorporate the connectivity that allows criminals access to the on-board software, it becomes inevitable that hackers will turn their attentions towards new attacks on these…

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27 June 2011

UK: Police bike theft squad axed

One of Britain’s last police stolen vehicle squads is to be closed from next year, leaving organised bike theft uninvestigated. The Metropolitan Police’s stolen vehicle squad will be disbanded from April 2012 due to budget cuts. The unit has been a powerful deterrent to organised criminal gangs that move around the country stealing bikes…

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27 June 2011

USA: Budget forces State Patrol to eliminate auto-theft unit

SPOKANE — Car-theft investigations in the state will drop beginning next month as the Washington State Patrol eliminates its auto-theft unit. The July 1 closure comes just after a national study was released about car theft in 2010, ranking the Spokane area fourth in the nation and Seattle 13th. "In the current budget climate, all state agencies…

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23 June 2011

Pakistan: Inter-provincial gang busted; fake registration books and stamps of police stations recovered

ISLAMABAD, Jun 22 (APP): Islamabad Police Rural Circle arrested six impostors of an inter- provincial gang and recovered 18 fake registration books of vehicles, fake stamps of various police stations of the country, 16 fake number plates, two rifles, blank registration books of 30 vehicles and two tempered vehicles from their possession, a police spokesman…

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21 June 2011

UK: The War Against Car Thieves is a Long Way from Being Over

Amidst conflicting reports on car theft figures, TRACKER, the stolen vehicle recovery expert is urging car owners to remain vigilant.  Nearly 300 cars are said to be stolen every day. As criminals employ new and sophisticated means, such as ‘jamming’, to outsmart motorists and the police, news that the number of stolen vehicles never…

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